nóin

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Irish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Irish nóin (nones, midafternoon, midday), from Latin nōna (hōra) (ninth hour, nones).

Noun[edit]

nóin f (genitive nóna, nominative plural nónta)

  1. nones
  2. afternoon
  3. noon

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Old Irish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from Latin nōna (hōra) (ninth hour, nones).

Noun[edit]

nóin f

  1. ninth hour, nones
  2. midafternoon, the period preceding sunset
  3. (late use, paralleling English development) noon, midday

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